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A new season means a new fashion auction at Bukowskis, and a chance to celebrate beautiful and unique vintage designs, making them last a longer time yet.

If you feel like investing your hard earned money in some timeless vintage pieces—here’s where to look. The Swedish auction house Bukowskis is once again presenting a carefully curated collection of exclusive vintage designer fashion from the ‘60s and onwards. The entire selection of collector’s items is going live online today at 3 pm, and will be exhibited—for those lucky enough to be in Stockholm that weekend—at Bukowskis on March 22-25. The auction ends on March 26-27. 
So, what to expect this time? Handbags definitely in focus, with a Gucci bag from the early 1960’s being one of the highlights, together with other rare pieces from international fashion houses like Miu Miu, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Céline (move aside people!), Chloé and Hermès.
Continuing the big scarf theme from last season, Bukowskis is also presenting an impressive number of vintage Hermès scarves—70 in total—from the same collector that sold off parts of his or her collection back in November. We’d say that’s enough scarfs for everyone.

Head over to Bukowskis.com to botanize among the many beautiful rarities, and see the important dates again below. Happy vintage shopping!

March 16: Auction start, 3 pm 
March 22-25: Live exhibition at Bukowskis, Berzelii Park 1, Stockholm
March 26-27: Online auction


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